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  • 'Breaking Bad' gets animated and Disney-fied in online short

    'Breaking Bad' gets animated and Disney-fied in online short
    "Breaking Bad" ended its run in 2013, but apparently, a lot of us aren't ready to let it go.  How else to explain the popularity of "Do You Want to Build a Meth Lab?," a musical version of the AMC drama hit sung in the style of a song from Disney's 2013...
  • GoPro Hires Zander Lurie as SVP of Media

    GoPro, the maker of wearable video cameras, has appointed Zander Lurie -- formerly a senior exec with Guggenheim Digital Media and CBS -- as senior VP of media. Lurie, who reports to GoPro president Tony Bates, will be in charge of creation, curation and...
  • YouTube to launch music subscription service next week

    YouTube to launch music subscription service next week
    YouTube, the pioneer of free online videos watched by millions of people, is rolling out a subscription music streaming service to compete with stalwarts like Spotify and others. The Internet giant, owned by Google, will introduce early next week a...
  • A tale of Twitter, parodies and police

    A tale of Twitter, parodies and police
    For as long as there has been Twitter, there have been parody accounts. U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, to the pope, public figures often find themselves the subject of these impersonations. Most have come to accept them as...
  • GoPro is gearing up to share more of its users' videos

    GoPro is gearing up to share more of its users' videos
    For years, thrill seekers have worn GoPro video cameras to capture hair-raising skydiving, motorcycle racing and snowboarding footage from a first-person point of view. They've documented up-close and personal encounters with wildlife, even mounting the...
  • Oreo-maker Mondelez teams with Google for video ads

    Oreo-maker Mondelez teams with Google for video ads
    Mondelez International, which makes snack brands including Oreo, Nabisco, Cadbury and Trident gum, said Wednesday it has joined with Google to produce online videos to boost the visibility of its brands. The Deerfield-based snack-maker said it will...
  • What's trending: Art Basel, Eric Garner, Miami Heat & more

    What's trending: Art Basel, Eric Garner, Miami Heat & more
    Art Basel, Eric Garner, the Miami Heat and more are trending today -- "Gangnam Style."  1. Art Basel Hipsters and celebrities flocked to Miami's artsy Wynwood neighborhood this week for the 13th annual Art Basel Miami Beach and Miami Art Week events....
  • 'The Interview' to get Christmas Day showing in Poconos; also available online

    'The Interview' to get Christmas Day showing in Poconos; also available online
    Want to spend Christmas Day thumbing your nose at North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un by seeing "The Interview" in a theater? Just head to the Poconos. The controversial movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco is only being shown in one theater within...
  • NFL brings highlight videos to Facebook in key test for social network

    Facebook’s push to crack open a wider niche in the world of online video has sped forward with a pair of “BeastQuakes.” The online social network provider confirmed Wednesday that it’s partnering with the National Football...
  • 'The Interview' goes online; more Illinois theaters to show it on Christmas

    'The Interview' goes online; more Illinois theaters to show it on Christmas
    As more Illinois theaters signed on to show the controversial film "The Interview" on Christmas Day, Sony Pictures also made it available for online rental Wednesday. The raunchy comedy, which depicts a fictional plot to assassinate North Korean...
  • Obama glad 'Interview' released, but won't say if he'll watch film

    Obama glad 'Interview' released, but won't say if he'll watch film
    President Obama cheered Sony's decision to make the Seth Rogen comedy "The Interview" widely available on digital platforms, but declined to say whether he would be streaming the spoof of North Korea while on his Hawaii vacation. During a photo op midway...